My second post this week on how the Internet makes censorship effectively impossible. Apparently the ruling junta in Burma (did we stop calling it Myanmar then?) doesn't allow international correspondents into the country. It was with some barely-concealed and wholly appropriate glee that reporters this morning followed this admission with extensive footage of the recent demonstrations, taken by protesters themselves on their mobile phones and uploaded to the web. Lovely to see that banning journalists from your country just isn't the same as banning scrutiny any more.